History provided an historical context for great April Fool’s Day pranks. They looked back at over 300 years of April Fool’s Day pranks and came up with nine outrageous ones that have stood the test of time. In some cases …
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Why is April Fool’s Day common in so many cultures? What is the it’s origin. Time has their take on the beginnings of April Fool’s Day. You’re not going to like the answer. It’s no joke, no one knows for …
The Washington Post has a list they’ve been updating with all the April Fools Day jokes played by corporations yesterday around the country. Many companies do this in hopes of creating a viral social media response. Some of the jokes …
Before we get started on the origin story, is it April Fool’s Day, April Fools’ Day or April Fools Day? Best we can tell, the first two are correct, though we’ve seen all three used. Here is what the Grammarist…